The Bearded Gypsy's Trade Fayre

Join us on the Saturday 29th July for designer stalls, zines, art, vintage, handmade and groovy sounds!

We've been able to keep our Trade Fayre going because so many of you have supported us and kept it alive!

DATE: Saturday 29th July 2017 (Last Saturday of each month!)

ADDRESS: Bay Horse, Moulsham Street, Chelmsford



There are parking spaces available at the location, 1 Parking spot is available per stall. There is a car park behind open to the public if anyone asks. We will using the Bay Horse car park area for the market which is located just behind the pub- its a great big space!
The space will be open for traders as follows: 9am
Set up Saturday from 9am, opens to public 10am, closes to public 6pm
The Event is outside. You will need to bring your own gazebo/ tables etc on the day. Let me know if this is a problem, I have a couple of spare gazebos for people to borrow.

There will be a stall plan that I will give to you on the morning of event.
Electricity isn't provided, let me know if you need it and I will try sort something out. Please bring with you copies of your liability insurance and / or electrical certificates, just in case any authorities wish to visit- if you have them.

Please make sure all rubbish is disposed of or took away with you when leaving.
Refunds wont be given for any cancellations, the price is just to cover costs.

Small stall: £25 6ft x 6ft approx size
Large stall: £40 12ft 12ft approx size (Can tailor-make a space for your needs)
One person per spot!

Enquiries or questions please contact me (Tillie) at thebeardedgypsyvintageco@gmail.com or 07866 261 311.

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